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Aug 29 2012

Welcome to ‘CONJECT talk’

Welcome to “CONJECT talk”, our new blog, where you can find out about what makes us tick.

As some of you may know, CONJECT has been delivering web-based software to major corporations across the construction and real estate sectors for over a decade. CONJECT acquired BIW Technologies, one of the UK’s best-known names in project control applications, in December 2010, and we have been busy unifying the two businesses and presenting a consistent face to our customers.

With this process now largely complete – indeed, on 1 September the UK business formerly known as BIW finally changed its legal name to CONJECT Ltd – we are now revamping our communication efforts. Alongside our website and our e-newsletter, this blog will be a key part of our engagement with customers, end-users and other stake-holders, and I hope it will help keep you updated about what we are doing.

We have an enthusiastic, expert and experienced team of professionals, and we will be getting them to write about their work (and play) at CONJECT. You can expect stories from the front line by people from our sales, implementation and support teams, technical ideas from our software development and business consultancy teams, hints and tips from our training and help-desk people, and some thought-provoking pieces about our vision for the business from some of our senior management team. We will also be updating you about key developments among our community of resellers, customers and end-users.

If you have any suggestions about subjects we should cover in the blog, please let us know.

PS: Did you know…

BIW was one of the first UK collaboration vendors to create a blog: ExtranetEvolution.com was started by BIW communications chief Paul Wilkinson in 2005, and – now an independent consultant – he still maintains it today, often writing about CONJECT.

About the author

Steve Cooper

Steve Cooper is Managing Director of Conject Ltd. He has spent over 25 years within the construction and engineering software markets, successfully running sales and marketing teams. He spent a number of years at SAP within their E&C practice, set up and managed a distribution channel in Asia Pacific for a division of Misys and ran a sales and marketing team within CSB COINS. In 2000 he gained an MBA from Henley Management College.

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